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Dvd player /vcr dont have rf cable hook up

How do i get it to work with a old rca color tv and a new converter box compatable to dvd player

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  • Anonymous May 17, 2009

    Hooked up DVD player through satellite box to TV but no pic or sound, any ideas? .

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You need to go buy what they call a dvd modulator so you can connect using coax cable to the tv as long as the tv is cable ready they cost about $30.00 walmart , bestbuy etc

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